mono prints on paper, muka embroidery & prep work for May
One of 'the aunties' turned 50 & our dad celebrated his 80th. Both superb reasons to gather together.
I did manage to do something every week for my '52 weeks of botanicals' project, however not everything is as connected as would be usual for me.
It was completely underwhelming so I was a little disappointed.
Long story short, I made her 3 prints which she can frame & hang.
I made one each of gold, silver & bronze.
It'll be nice to see them framed & hanging in her apartment.
This is the ground work for a series of explorations which I'm very excited about.
It's a slow, gentle process with lots of time spent in the shed sitting stitching while my dye pots barely simmer.